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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by chefdrp, Jul 26, 2004.
lets try it again. here it goes
ok. Now that it worked. I will be doing this tomarrow. there will be gravel, inleft a nice zebra grass, reg daylillies(yellow), Yucca,dwarf rhode, and some stella dora lillies
Looks pretty good for $3 Darrin. Are you looking for comments/advice? If so... I would lose the gravel and use mulch instead (black dyed if you have it). Look at all those pretty windows that you could shoot a rock through. I would shape the bed a little more symmetrical and plant another ornamental grass on the other side. Have the bed wrap around each corner a little (foot or two).
Good luck with it.
the gravel instead of mulch. Low maint. and is cheaper in the long run. I wont be making hardly any money off this except for referals. this is on a very very busy road. so i want to keep it simple, cheap and look good.
Don't forget to get your plant list before you permanent paste your design. It wont let you get it after. I havent tried the gravel and mulch yet I'll have to do that soon. I just tried to find mulch and didn't finr any. ??
leadarrows, after you draw the outline uder i think file or edit there is a thing called fill area with? then you will see a list of stuff.
I see sand but not mulch. I wonder if there is a way to import stuff. I did find out there is a way to remove things.
where is the plant list thing?